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post #76 of 82

Not sure I own anything so cheap, but I run with the Hisound E212s because they are cheap and have massive bass which I find good when running. Occasionally I use my SE215s when it's windy. 

post #77 of 82
The Meelectronic M6 feels like it'd stay in place for a run, it should be findable for under 20.
post #78 of 82

Do I really need a new IEM just for exercising? Can't I use the more expensive ones?

post #79 of 82

You can, but they will be more likely to break. 

post #80 of 82
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Do I really need a new IEM just for exercising? Can't I use the more expensive ones?


Phillips SHE3580.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/561951/philips-she3580-iem-review-how-can-something-sound-so-good-for-10

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Do I really need a new IEM just for exercising? Can't I use the more expensive ones?

Well why you want to take risk on those? When you have more options available to choose from,to your needs,like meelectronics M6 is a budget iem for sports/travel use and sounds good for its price. And you have $7 panasonic 120 iem as well. You do have options to choose from jvc,jlab and monoprice etc.
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